KEENE, N.H., April 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mountain®, an apparel manufacturing company based in Keene, NH, has partnered with Operation Hat Trick (OHT), a non-profit organization, to create a unique line of apparel to support the recovery of our nation's wounded service members and veterans.
The Mountain® and OHT began their partnership with the launch of a co-branded College Collection, in 2015. The immediate success of the College Collection led to the creation of a new, unique line of apparel called The Hero Collection. The Hero Collection features bold designs that pay tribute to the brave men and women who selflessly defend our country. A portion of the each shirt sale is donated directly to Operation Hat Trick.
Operation Hat Trick generates awareness and support for the recovery of wounded service members and veterans. OHT pursues these goals through the sale of OHT branded merchandise, proceeds of which are distributed to select organizations that support OHT's mission, such as:
- The Travis Mills Foundation
- Semper Fi Fund
- Project Sanctuary
- Homes for Our Troops
- MacV Veterans Alliance
- Veterans Count
"I am honored and proud to have worked with The Mountain® on the Hero Collection. It is an important collection of artistic pieces that tell the story of those who valiantly serve our country. I don't know when I've been more excited about the launch of something so special. I know it will be a huge success," says OHT Founder and President, Dot Sheehan.
The Mountain® is your premier source for quality hand-dyed apparel and has a long history of giving back. "Both The Mountain® and OHT have roots in New Hampshire, and as such is a natural partnership. OHT is an organization that we are proud to support," says The Mountain's Director of Marketing, Colleen Manzi.
To view The Hero Collection, or to purchase a t-shirt and support OHT, visit www.themountain.com. Wholesale customers who are interested in carrying The Hero Collection please visit wholesale.themountain.com.
Contact: Amanda Schillinger, 1-877-686-8337 ext. 304, [email protected]
SOURCE The Mountain